Mavic Conde | Rappler.Com | May 12, 2019 Make a guess why this bank has released small bills worth up to P100 million just before the May 13 elections. Did you know that a local bank in Albay anticipates a shortage of smaller bills when election day is near? A resident from Albay said this … Continue reading Albay bank runs out of small bills few days before elections
Those who came back from the provinces after the Holy Week were (un)welcomed with additional commuting time and vehicle transfers in Metro Manila. Provincial buses were banned in loading and unloading passengers in EDSA, and a dry run of unloading passengers from the the south to Sta. Rosa, Laguna and from the north to Valenzuela … Continue reading Provincial bus ban in Metro Manila: Ingenuity or stupidity?
April 18, 2019 | Casandra E. Balala, BicolMail.Net LEGAZPI CITY --- As people seek fun and entertainment to enjoy summer, the Department of Health in Bicol (DOH-5) alerted the Bicolanos against six common diseases that can adversely affect their health during the hottest time of the year. Dubbed as “6s,”diseases such as; “sore eyes, sunburn; sipon … Continue reading DOH: Watch out for 6 diseases in summer
Politiko Bikol | Apr 17, 2019 The Albay Sangguniang Panlalawigan has declared a state of calamity as the province feels the effects of El Niño. The SP adopted Resolution 1159-2019 declaring state of calamity due to the El Niño phenomenon as well as to prepare for the dry spell that will be coming and to … Continue reading Albay placed under state of calamity due to El Niño
After posting the article “A taste of Limay, nata wara sa Albay?”, my messenger and e-mail was flooded with questions especially from local government unit (LGU) officials I have met from the different parts of the country. The most common questions are: How did the mayor do it? Why is he not recognized by award-giving … Continue reading The ingredients to Limay’s transformation